Content for Friday, November 15, 2019

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Ex-Gomez aide and council hopeful faces political ethics penalty

$3,140 spent for “cash withdrawals at local food establishments” and “the Men's Warehouse for menswear”

San Diego city council candidate Kelvin Barrios, a former aide to city councilwoman Georgette Gomez, vacating her District 9 seat in a bid to replace fellow Democrat Susan Davis in Congress, is being hit with ...

Mid-century horse trailer for free

San Diego Reader Classified ads, November 13, 2019

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Pete’s Smoked BBQ & Burgers nails the tri tip sandwich

Smoked meats served in the back of Ramona Liquor store

There are two types of diners in the world: those who would absolutely never, under any conditions, order food prepared in the back of a liquor store; and those who will pull over their car ...

The ethics of covering someone else's art with yours

Would a tiki offend Oceanside Samoans?

Oscar-winning artist John Lamb is not happy how his “beach-billy” mural was painted over. “It looks like somebody scribbled over my art,” says Lamb about how a new mural replaced his hundred foot hand-painted art-piece ...

Harland Brewing brings familiar faces back to San Diego Beer

Saint Archer team returns with two new taprooms and a distribution company

A little over a year ago, a new San Diego-focused alcohol distributor announced its launch. Scout Distribution boasted a small portfolio of known and emerging local brands including Abnormal Beer, Bivouac Cider, and Juneshine hard ...

Arthur Clifford: unearthed the Tixall Letters and Tixall Poetry

He was an English editor and dealer in antique manuscripts

Arthur Clifford A Prayer to the Almighty Amid the Ruins of History To want, and pining misery dear, And loved by all the country near, When, as successive ages rolled, The steel-clad knight, or baron ...